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MoxFulder – yes, Debian 10 latest is using glibc 2.28. I doubt that will change until either very late in the Debian 10 (stretch) development cycle, or Debian 11.\
Reiner – I completely understand the limited development and support resources. I’m also not against trying to compile bFA locally, my only hesitation is that you mentioned here and in another thread that some parts (Cuda and Optix) are more complicated to build locally, and I haven’t found documentation on the process to build with those.
For the .tar you linked, is that intended to entirely replace glibc 2.28 in the Debian environment? I’m still pretty new to Linux and I’m not entirely sure what I need to do with that or how.